DOOP

DoopReal Name: Doop

Identity/Class: Government-created construct/creature

Occupation: Jean Grey School for Higher Learning adjunct professor;
    formerly X-Force/X-Statix cameraman;
    apparently also a priest (given that he wore the collar during Phat's funeral)

Group Membership: Jean Grey School for High Learning Faculty (Beast, Cannonball, Chamber, Frenzy, Gambit, Rachel Grey, Husk, Iceman, Lockheed, Karma, Kitty Pryde, Rogue, Toad, Warbird, Wolverine), X-Men;
    formerly X-Force/X-Statix

Affiliations: Edward Alfred, the Avengers (Ant-Man, Black Panther, Captain America, Giant-Man, Hawkeye, Iron Man, Jocasta, Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, She-Hulk, Thor, Tigra, the Vision), Avengers Academy student body (Finesse, Hazmat, Lightspeed, Lyra, Mettle, Reptil, Striker, Veil, White Tiger, X-23), the Bamfs, Black Bolt, Black Widow, Boyz R Us, Chandler, Brandon Cody, Crystal, Deadpool, Deathlok of Earth-10511, Doctor Strange, Elektra, the Fantastic Four (the Human Torch, Invisible Woman, Mister Fantastic, the Thing), Frenzy, Nick Fury, Brigit Gilray, Gladiator (Kallark), Brad Gutman (although Doop was unaware of Brad's activities), Brenda Gutman, Howard the Duck, Jean Grey School student body (Angel, Anole, Blindfold, Bling!, Broo, Genesis, Gentle, Glob Herman, Hellion, Kid Gladiator, Kid Omega, Krakoa, Mercury, Oya, Rockslide, unidentified others), Lacuna, Man-Thing, Matt Murdock, New York State Department of Education inspectors (Mr. Clud, Mrs. Marigold), Officer Halloran, Paco Perez, the Pink Lady, Elvis Presley, Professor Van Hosen, the Shi’ar, the Silver Surfer, Spider-Man, Sub-Mariner, Warbird, the Westchester County School Board, X-Force/X-Statix (the Anarchist, Battering Ram, Bloke, Dead Girl, Gin Genie, el Guapo, Henrietta Hunter, La Nuit, the Mysterious Fan Boy/Arnie Lundberg, the Orphan, Phat, Plazm, Saint AnnaSluk, the Spike, U-Go Girl, Venus Dee Milo, Vivisector, Zeitgeist), X-Men (Beast, Cannonball, Chamber, Cyclops, Gambit, Rachel Grey, Husk, Iceman, Karma, Lockheed, Nightcrawler, Northstar, Professor X, Kitty Pryde, Rogue,Wolverine), X-Statix Movie Crew (Lennox Capriati, Rimi Withnail, etc.);
   
formerly the Coach, Spike Freeman

Enemies: Agent Wright, the Bad Guy, the Brotherhood (Mike Asher, Fagin, Hoffman, Marshal, Ms. Fingers, Orwell, Malon Reeves), the Bush Rangers (Stanley, Tray, Zippo, etc.), the C. I. A. Crack Squad, the Coach, Colossus,  Bud Corby, Corkscrew, Domino, the Euro-Trash (Blind Ali, Miz Tree, Oxford Blue, Surrender Monkey, the Wall), the Fatal Sisters (Hilda, Mista, Sangrida), Fin Fang Foom, the Flora alien race, Spike Freeman, James Gilray, Goom, Graviton, Grogg, Britney Gutman, Hellfire Club (Manuel Baron, Black King (Kade Kilgore), Maximilian, “Little Miss Whackjob”), Hunter Joe, the League of Nazi Bowlers (Captain, many others), Nathan Malloy, Meltdown (Tabitha Smith), Mister Code, Solomon O'Sullivan, James Proudstar, Random Killers, Razorhead, Robo-Barbarians from Dimension ZZZ, Sabretooth, Professor Xanto Starblood (indirectly, Starblood attacked the Jean Grey School but Doop was unaware WHO attacked), Vivisector/Dr. Alex Finlay;
   
possibly Satan;
    formerly Arnie Lundberg, the Avengers (Ant-Man, Captain America, Hawkeye, Iron Man, Scarlet Witch, Thor);

    indirectly Dicky and Reggie

Known Relatives: Inapplicable

Aliases: "Everyone's Favorite Talking Blob" (nickname given to him by Spike Freeman)

Place of Creation: Unknown

Base of Operations: Jean Grey School (1407 Graymalkin Lane, Salem Center, New York);
    formerly X-Statix Tower in Santa Monica, California

Extent of Education: Unrevealed

First Appearance: X-Force I#116 (July, 2001)

Powers/Abilities: Doop had quite a variety of superhuman powers, including a prehensile tongue. Doop could levitate itself for a presumably unlimited amount of time, being that levitation was its main means of conveyance. Doop could emit a short-range, invisible energy pulse that protects anyone surrounded by it from psychic probes. Also, Doop's brain could project energy blasts, possibly psychic in nature.

Doop was unaffected by temporal forces, as it was unaffected when Lacuna used her powers to step outside of time. Doop could inflate itself in size to the point where it resembles a giant pillow. It had also been known to have an eyeball plucked from its socket and manage to put it back into its head and still have sight, which might suggest some sort of regeneration or healing factor. Doop was also strong enough to floor Thor, placing his strength somewhere in the Class 100 range.

Doop also contained a nightmarish world within itself, called Doop Land (see comments), where people inside could be greviously harmed and return to the normal world unscathed. Inside the other world, time flowed by much slower than in the real world, as Doop spent a great length of time inside the world, only to find that one second had passed on Earth. It could also house objects within Doop Land and pull them out of holes in its body, such as the communicator device that it pulled out of itself to contact the Orphan. As well as storing objects within itself, Doop's body also contained a backup brain, located in its butt, that could keep Doop alive, should its brain be removed, for three days before losing power.

Apparently, Doop had godlike intelligence, speed, and durability, as well as a fair amount of energy projection, but he never used them. (see comments)

Height: Variable, usually around 3'
Weight: Variable
Eyes: Fuchsia
Hair: Black

full bodyHistory: 

(X-Statix#21 (fb) - BTS) - Towards the end of the Cold War, Doop was constructed during what was called the "Doop Project." Upon its construction, Doop had a hand in the falling of the Berlin Wall.

(Wolverine & the X-Men#17 (fb) - BTS) - Doop and Sabretooth apparently worked together at some point when the Russians were “fun.”

(X-Statix#10 (fb)) - During the present day, on March 19th, Doop joined the current members of X-Force as they entered their headquarters.

 (X-Statix#10 (fb)) - On April 10th, Doop was present when Edie Sawyer accidentally teleported in front of Zeitgeist and Sluk, where she first revealed herself as U-Go Girl.

(X-Force I#116 (fb) - BTS) - During X-Force's mission to North Africa, Doop played the role of camerman, filming the action and viewing itself in a broken pane of glass.

 (X-Force I#116) - When the team was informed by the Coach that they were to travel to the headquarters of the Sonic TV station and save the captured boy band Boyz R Us, Doop prepared his video camera for the action. Once Doop was finished, he gave the "thumbs-up" to the team and U-Go Girl teleported the team into action. As the mission continued, everyone except the Anarchist, U-Go Girl, and Doop were killed.

 (X-Force I#117 (fb) - BTS) - Doop filmed U-Go Girl's vengeance against the gunmen who killed her teammates, where he once again began looking at itself in a broken pane of glass.

 (X-Force I#117) - Once the Coach had found replacements for the deceased X-Force members, he interrupted an argument between the Anarchist and U-Go Girl, grabbing the basketball from the Anarchist's hands. The Coach then tossed the basketball toward Doop and asked that Doop hit the lights. Doop later joined X-Force at their press conference, where they were attacked by members of the militant mutant group, also known as X-Force. During the battle, Domino put a gun to Doop's head until the Orphan knocked Domino unconscious. After the fight, Doop returned to his teammates' side, where they continued their press conference.

 (X-Force I#118) - As X-Force were given the instructions for their upcoming mission to Bastrona, Doop operated the movie projector that projected the team with an image of their informant, Diego Ardilles. Doop then joined the team, once again as their cameraman, to Bastrona, where they were attacked by Bastronan militants that killed team member Bloke. Doop then watched as an angered Phat choked Diego Ardilles for leading them into an ambush until the Orphan ordered Phat to stop. Following an argument between the Anarchist and the Orphan, Doop sadly watched as the Anarchist followed his orders and used his powers to vaporize Bloke's body. X-Force, with Doop in tow, then made its way to the government laboratory where they found Paco Perez, a young mutant whose powers could cure nearly any disease.

(X-Force I#119) - As the mission continued, with Saint Anna also being killed, the Orphan removed his costume in an effort to use his superhuman senses to free Paco Perez from the wires connected to his brain. Noticing Doop watching him, the Orphan flung his removed costume onto Doop, covering Doop's camera. The team soon teleported from Bastrona when the Orphan ordered U-Go Girl to teleport them home. X-Force unfortunately arrived in front of a country home deep in the South. U-Go Girl soon came to her senses and teleported the team to Sunset Boulevard, a close enough spot to their Tower.

 (X-Force I#120) - Doop filmed footage of Wolverine destroying various X-Force merchandise and afterwards, Wolverine reminded Doop of the conditions of his "rampage" against X-Force. Doop responded in a language all his own and Wolverine replied that he didn't care how long he and Doop had known each other, that he still couldn't understand why Doop even hung out with the "clowns" in X-Force. Wolverine then informed Doop that their mentor, the Coach, was a mean "sonofagun" and that what he would like to do to U-Go Girl would probably not find its way onto Doop's video diary. Doop then asked Wolverine a favor in "Doopspeak," to which Wolverine replied that even for an old friend, Doop was asking a lot. Soon after, the Coach (along with his cronies, Smoke and Succubus) attacked the Orphan and attempted to rape U-Go Girl, which resulted in his own death, along with the death of Smoke. Following the death of the Coach, the Orphan and U-Go Girl shared a night on the town, not knowing that Doop was following them with an eerie grin on his face.

 (Thunderbolts I#57) - Doop, along with his X-Force teammates, was among the heroes captured by Graviton during his attempt to shape the world in his own image.

 (X-Force I#121) - Doop filmed the Anarchist as he visited the library in search of the meaning of the word "Lacuna," which had begun appearing in random spots around their headquarters. It later joined X-Force at their press conference, where they announced that no decision had been made regarding the new members to replace the fallen Saint Anna and Bloke. Following the press conference, Doop joined his teammates poolside as they discussed allowing the mutant known as the Spike joined their ranks. The pool party was interrupted by the arrival of a young girl named Lacuna, who revealed that she had been playing pranks on the team using his mutant powers to step between seconds and that she wanted to join X-Force herself.

 (X-Force I#122) - When X-Force declined Lacuna's offer to join X-Force, she made her leave using her powers. When she stepped outside of time, leaving the team frozen in time around her, Doop was unaffected and watched in surprise as Lacuna made off with the script to U-Go Girl's upcoming television show. Much later, after the Spike had joined X-Force, Doop ate popcorn and watched as the team prepared for a new press conference. At the press conference, the Orphan announced that they decided to add Lacuna to their roster and Doop later joined the team at their headquarters as they watched the debut of "Lacuna & the Stars," a television show starring Lacuna, who had opted to host television than be a super hero.

 (X-Force I#123) - As X-Force finally got a chance to relax and enjoy time at their headquarters, Doop noticed a pimple on its forehead. When it popped the pimple, the other members of X-Force were transported to a nightmarish world inside the body of Doop. Doop quickly looked in the mirror and noticed the gaping hole where the pimple once housed itself. Doop picked at the hole and somehow managed to transport itself inside the other world, where it found a strange world filled with millions of Doop-like creatures. Doop noticed that many of Doop-like creatures looked extremely deformed compared to itself and then turned to see a giant stain-glass window of its teammate, Phat. As the other creatures began to attack Doop, it smashed through the window and saved Phat from the world by tossing him into its mouth. Doop then managed to find and save Vivisector, also by sucking him into its mouth. While in Vivisector's nightmarish library section of the world, Doop looked down and noticed a book entitled "Spikey Cross-Dressing." As the other Doop-creatures began to catch up with Doop, Doop shrugged and ate the book, saving the Spike. Doop then managed to find the Anarchist, swimming in a pool of his own acidic sweat and not too long after, found U-Go Girl in a laboratory without her tongue. Doop found the right tongue in the test tubes and pointed it out to U-Go Girl, who returned her tongue to her mouth after Doop smashed the tube open with a lead pipe. Trying to save the last of his teammates, Doop found the Orphan being attacked by an army of Doop-creatures in a M. C. Escher-esque part of the world. As the creatures consumed the Orphan, Doop managed to pull the Orphan's head free of their clutches. Doop then rushed for the open hole in the world and returned itself and its teammates to the regular world, in the same places they had been before being sucked inside Doop Land. Surprised, Doop looked at the clock and noticed that only a second had passed and it apparently was the only one who was even aware of the danger that X-Force had just been saved from.

 (X-Force I#124) - Doop once again played cameraman on a mission with X-Force, this time finding itself teleported into the ocean, along with the rest of X-Force, by U-Go Girl, whose powers were becoming difficult to control. After losing its camera in the ocean, U-Go Girl teleported X-Force away, this time onto a remote island, where they were lucky enough to find a Federal Express plane that took them back to Santa Monica.

 (The Brotherhood#8 - BTS) - Doop accompanied U-Go Girl, the Anarchist, and the Orphan in destroying a sect of the mutant Brotherhood, based in Tokyo, Japan.

 (The Brotherhood#9) - Upon returning from Japan, Doop and the other members of X-Force, along with the celebrity Lacuna, were thrown a parade in their honor. During the parade, the group was attacked by members of the mutant Brotherhood, which they killed with ease.

 (X-Force I#125 (fb)) - Doop acted as cameraman during a mission with X-Force to Central America.

 (X-Force I#125) - Doop was present with its X-Force teammates while they discussed the blackmailing of the Orphan into going on a mission for the C. I. A. to improve the Agency's image. Doop later joined X-Force at their mission briefing, where C. I. A. Agent Wright explained that X-Force would go into space to stop a bunch of escaped convicts that had been transformed into mutates called the Bush Rangers. X-Force then voted on whether or not they would accompany the Orphan into space, resulting in a tie that was broken by the timely arrival of the team's newest recruit, Dead Girl, who sided with joining the Orphan in space. Doop later accompanied X-Force as they left for space, with its camera firmly attached to its head.

 (X-Force I#126) - As the team travelled through space toward the space station housing the Bush Rangers, Doop snapped a few photographs of the team at each other's throats. Upon arriving at the station, Doop and the others were greeted by the "station crew," where they stopped to sign a few autographs. The team then split up in search of the Bush Rangers, who were secretly disguised as the crew themselves.

 (X-Force I#127) - Doop looked outside of the space station window following an ambush by the Bush Rangers. While waiting for the C. I. A. to arrive, X-Force decided to find the Bush Rangers and rescue their teammate, the Spike. When they found them, the Rangers were all disguised as the Spike. After X-Force killed many of the Bush Rangers, Agent Wright arrived with his C. I. A. Crack Squad and opened fire on Doop, the Orphan, U-Go Girl, and the Anarchist, but unfortunately for him, U-Go Girl managed to teleport them inside a small satellite outside of the space station. While the foursome were inside the satellite, Agent Wright contacted them and explained that the satellite was headed for deep space and that it would end up being just an orbiting coffin containing their bodies. The foursome soon discovered a small shuttle inside the satellite that could house two people and Doop, and return them safely to the space station. In order to determine who was to be left behind, the Anarchist, the Orphan, and U-Go Girl rolled a die with the person who got the lowest score remaining behind to die.

 (X-Force I#128 (fb)) - Doop watched patiently as the dice rolls continued, with the Anarchist coming up the loser.

 (X-Force I#128) - The other members of X-Force soon discovered the shuttle and re-docked at the space station to save their missing teammates. The first to exit the shuttle was Doop, who waved to its teammates, followed by the Orphan and then U-Go Girl. Eventually discovering a way to save their doomed teammate, X-Force saved the Anarchist and when he awoke from being knocked unconscious in the satellite, the Anarchist saw the friendly wave of Doop and his other teammates. When the real Spike returned, badly beaten, and revealed that the "Spike" who had been with X-Force since their battle with the Bush Rangers was, in reality, a Bush Ranger named Tray, Doop pointed him out and a battle ensued that resulted in the deaths of the real Spike and U-Go Girl. After Tray's defeat, U-Go Girl's body was launched into space, as a mournful Doop and the others watched on.

 (X-Force I#129) - Doop watched as the Orphan met with team owner Spike Freeman and explained that U-Go Girl had wanted the name of X-Force changed to X-Statix. Spike thought the name was a bad idea and ordered the Orphan not to mention the name to anyone. The Orphan stormed out of the Tower, accompanied by an angry Doop. Doop followed the Orphan outside, where the Orphan publicy announced the death of U-Go Girl. Doop later joined the Orphan in watching on television as the Anarchist and Dead Girl returned from a night of booze and prison time. After arguing with Spike Freeman once again, the Orphan joined Doop and the others at a public X-Force tryout for possible new recruits to replace the Spike and U-Go Girl. While there, Doop filmed many of applicants and eventually exited the tryouts with its teammates, where they were stopped by mutant talent agent Solomon O'Sullivan. O'Sullivan attempted to gain X-Force as his clients and presented the Anarchist with a business card printed off of his own skin. Much later, Doop was proud to be present at the grand opening of the Doop Kiddies Hospital, where the Orphan announced X-Force's name change.

 (X-Statix#1) - Doop filmed footage of X-Force's first mission using their new name of X-Statix and later joined X-Statix in watching "O-Force," a new reality TV series where mutants competed for a place on a made-for-TV superteam of the same name. Once again visiting the tryouts, Doop and the Orphan watched a potential new recruit named Corkscrew as he killed his opponent. Spike Freeman then discussed with the Orphan and the Anarchist that Corkscrew qualified for Code-X, which meant that his mutant powers had made him mentally unstable. Spike then explained that Doop took care of the Code-X patients, to which Doop made a joke in Doopspeak that was very funny.

 (X-Statix#1/2) - That night, Doop took Corkscrew out into a local forest, where Corkscrew thought he was being filmed for a TV show with Doop. Corkscrew eventually got angry and demanded that Doop get the camera out of his face. Corkscrew angrily tried to head back to civilization, but only managed to get himself tangled in some vines. Corkscrew then asked Doop for help with the vines, which Doop did. As the duo attempted to get some sleep, Corkscrew went crazy, thinking that X-Statix was laughing at him for being lost in the woods. Corkscrew yelled that no one makes fun of him and killed a group of horses in a mad rage. Doop quickly found Corkscrew sitting on a nearby hillside, where it hacked Corkscrew to pieces with an axe. Covered in Corkscrew's blue blood, Doop turned to look into its camera and smiled.

 (X-Statix#1) - The next day, Spike Freeman and Doop arrived at the Orphan's trailer, where the Orphan asked Doop how the Code-X was. Doop made a groggy reply and the Orphan agreed with it. Later that day, X-Statix held a press conference to announce the membership of Venus Dee Milo, in which Doop attended. Reporter Sam Gellar told the team about O-Force's mission being broadcast that night and Doop and the others ran to the television set to see it.

 (X-Statix#2) - Following O-Force's first mission, Doop accompanied X-Statix to a civil warzone, where Phat could not manage to activate his mutant powers. Discovering a dirty bomb, the Orphan ordered Venus Dee Milo to dispose of it while Doop filmed. Venus did so, but returned very drained, causing her to explode in a blast of energy that knocked over Doop and the others.

 (X-Statix#3) - After mutant lawyer Sharon Ginsberg presented Spike Freeman with a court order preventing Venus Dee Milo from being an active member of X-Statix, Doop watched as arguments ran rampant among its teammates. When a drunken Vivisector refused to go on a mission with many of the other X-Statix members absent, Doop angrily argued as Vivisector walked away.

 (X-Statix#4) - After the Orphan paracuted alone into the small Minnesota town controlled by a young mutant named Arnie Lundberg, Venus Dee Milo rounded up Doop and the others, who came to the Orphan's aid when all seemed lost. Doop brought along its camera and filmed away as X-Statix made short work of the zombies raised by Arnie. Once Arnie was defeated and convinced to use his powers for good, Doop filmed footage of X-Statix leading the inhabitants of the town to safety. With X-Statix reorganized, Doop and the others were shocked when the Orphan recommended Arnie Lundberg for membership onto the team.

 (X-Statix#5) - Spike Freeman met with the Orphan and Doop, who emitted an energy pulse to dampen Arnie's psychic powers, and discussed the reasons why the Orphan put Arnie as X-Statix as the Mysterious Fan Boy. Later, Doop was once again used for his psychic probe-prove energy pulse, as the Orphan met with the other members of X-Statix and told them that they needed to act like a real team while Arnie was around. When Arnie's identity was revealed by Lacuna on television, X-Statix set out to prove that Arnie was actually a hero now. Doop joined X-Statix as they decided to take down the escaped mutant convict Razorhead, which resulted in the deaths of both Razorhead and Arnie himself. Following Arnie's death, Doop watched "The Mysterious Fan Boy Funeral Special" on television, as the other members went back to their old ways of arguing and internal warfare.

 (X-Statix#6) - Doop controlled the remote when X-Statix watched television after the Orphan had quit the team. While watching, Spike Freeman informed the team that if the Orphan did not return to the team soon, X-Statix would be responsible to taking him out. Soon after, the heavily-costumed Bad Guy made his debut in Hollywood, attacking the set of "Lacuna & the Stars." X-Statix was quickly called in to stop the Bad Guy's rampage and when the team began their search, Doop once again acted as camerman.

 (X-Statix#7) - While the world thought that the Bad Guy was actually an insane Orphan, Venus Dee Milo awoke from a nightmare and took a walk down the hall, where Doop surprised her with its camera. The two teammates soon overheard Spike Freeman talking with the Anarchist about the Anarchist becoming the new team leader in the Orphan's absence. Doop and the rest of X-Statix later met with Lacuna, who asked if they would reveal the Bad Guy's identity on her show, therby helping both them and her. The team agreed.

 (X-Statix#8) - After Venus Dee Milo discovered that the Bad Guy was actually an alien who had taken the form of her deceased cousin, the Orphan returned to the team in a press conference that Doop and the others attended. Once back inside the X-Statix Tower, the Orphan began spouting orders to a reluctant Doop and X-Statix. Vivisector eventually revealed that the Anarchist had been made team leader in his absence. X-Statix later battled the Bad Guy once again, a fight that Doop filmed the footage to. During the battle, the Bad Guy was defeated when Venus teleported herself and Dead Girl to a remote location, where Venus confronted the fears of her dead cousin, causing the Bad Guy to die without feeding on her fears. That night, while the Orphan and Venus Dee Milo shared an intimate moment, Doop secretly gave a thumbs-up and watched the moment through the keyhole on their door.

 (X-Statix#9) - Doop joined X-Statix on a mission Africa and later visited the set of the X-Statix movie alongside its teammates, where the team was introduced to el Guapo, a young mutant actor in the movie. It later joined X-Statix as they watched film footage of el Guapo and the Orphan's battle with Sharon Ginsberg, which resulted in the deaths of the movie crew, effectively ending the production of the movie.

 (X-Men Unlimited I#41/2) - After the male members of X-Statix displayed their powers for a group of women, Doop returned from a day of shopping with the female members of the team and Venus teleported the entire team back to Santa Monica.

 (Wolverine/Doop#1) - When the Collector stole the mysterious Pink Mink from a local laboratory, the lab hired Wolverine to retrieve the Mink. In the process of attempting to retrieve it, Wolverine accidentally exposed the Mink to oxygen, allowing its pink smoke to fill the air and release the long-thought-mythical Pink Lady. Due to the Pink Lady's presence on the Earthly plane, three latent mutants surfaced and were placed in the custody of X-Statix. When a police officer came to inspect the first three "Pink Psychos," Doop said "Day of the Pink Psychos" in Doopspeak, which, according to the Orphan, meant that the latent mutants were psychosomatic mutants. As the Orphan and Doop showed the officer one of the Pink Psychos, the Psycho sprouted claws similar to Wolverine's. Knowing this, Doop and the Orphan eyed each other suspisciously. Wolverine eventually came and asked Doop to help him figure out the mystery of the Pink Mink and to retrieve it. The duo visited the home of the Collector, where Doop noticed that his doorknob was shaped like an ancient Egyptian ankh. Breaking the door down, Doop and Wolverine made their way through a hallway filled with rare art until they found a room covered in pink paint. In the corner of the room was the Collector, who had hung himself and had the bucket of pink paint on his head with a note attached. After reading the note, which said "She's real," Wolverine and Doop visited a bar, where Doop ordered Wolverine a drink called a Pink Lady. Before he could even drink it, the drink began to morph into pink smoke, which Wolverine followed out into an alleyway, where he was visited by the Pink Lady herself. When Doop followed Wolverine outside, all it saw was Wolverine talking to a lamppost. Thinking Wolverine to be suffering from Code-X, Doop contacted the Orphan and Spike Freeman via a hidden communicator and told them about Wolverine. Spike Freeman informed Doop that if Wolverine was indeed suffering from Code-X, then Doop would have to kill Wolverine. Doop pushed the communicator back inside itself and shed a small tear at the idea of having to kill its old friend. Back in the bar, Wolverine explained to Doop his encounter with the Pink Lady and then left to buy some more drinks for the two. During that time, Doop was visited by Pink Lady as well. Upon meeting the Pink Lady, Doop asked her in Doopspeak if it could touch her in a specific place, prompting the Pink Lady to respond with a "No. You cannot touch me there." Looking over from the drink counter, Wolverine noticed Doop attempting to make love with a mop. Wolverine then went to the bathroom and mentally contacted Professor Xavier, telling him of his suspiscion that Doop may have been going insane. When Wolverine returned from the bathroom, he found Doop battling the occupants of the bar, who had been transformed into Pink Psychos. After the battle, Wolverine suggested that he and Doop go to a more salubrious establishment for a nightcap, as they had a long day ahead of them the next day. As they walked into the night, Doop secretly held a broken bottle in its hand, knowing that it would have to kill Wolverine if he continued to show signs of Code-X.

 (Wolverine/Doop#2) - While Doop slept, Wolverine was contacted by Professor X, who suggested that Wolverine create an imaginary scientist named Professor Van Hosen to test Doop's sanity. Doop soon awoke and found a pink dove nearby, which it viciously attacked until a book of matches fell out of it from a nightclub called Blush, which Doop had made up to test Wolverine's sanity. Wolverine suggested that the duo should make the nightclub their next stop. The duo took a motorcycle to the nightclub, but unknown to them, Hunter Joe had been hired by the laboratory as well and had sabotaged the motorcycle. The motorcycle lost a wheel mid-transit, causing Wolverine and Doop to fly from it. Doop quickly inflated itself, allowing Wolverine a safe landing. Upon landing, Hunter Joe attempted to run them over with a meat truck. Following the narrow escape from the meat truck, Doop surprisingly pointed out the Blush nightclub, where the duo met with a real Professor Van Hosen. Thinking each other insane, the duo began to fight each other in the nightclub, which resulted in a dislocated eyeball for Doop. After the fight, the duo spoke with Professor Van Hosen, who informed them that the Pink Lady had been captured by Hunter Joe. Wolverine and Doop quickly travelled to the laboratory, where they demanded from the scientist present the whereabouts of Hunter Joe's hideout. Confronting Hunter Joe, Doop and Wolverine were attacked by a group of animated hooks, which captured the duo. Before Hunter Joe could remove their heads for his collection, he was killed by a group of rampaging Pink Psychos, who had busted through the wall of his hideout in pursuit of the captive Pink Lady. Following the death of Hunter Joe, Doop and Wolverine met with the Pink Lady and Professor Van Hosen back at the Blush nightclub, where Doop attacked Wolverine when Wolverine commented that the Pink Lady wasn't its type. The Pink Lady then prepared to leave the club with Van Hosen until they were interrupted by the semi-recovered Wolverine and Doop who demanded the Mink from the Pink Lady. The next morning, Wolverine awoke to the Pink Lady in his bed and Doop presented them with a second Pink Mink, explaining in Doopspeak that overnight, the Pink Mink had asexually reproduced. As the duo made their leave, the Pink Lady gave Doop a kiss in thanks for recovering the Pink Mink. Later, after Doop returned to its teammates in X-Statix, the team threw it a welcome back party by the pool, where Dead Girl rubbed suntan lotion on Doop's head. After the party, Doop returned to his room in the Tower, where it looked and smiled at the decapitated head of Hunter Joe on its wall. Startled by a whiff of pink smoke, Doop turned and winked.

 (X-Statix#11) - As Doop and the other members of X-Statix decided to invite el Guapo into their ranks, they threw him a poolside party, attended by stars like film director Kevin Smith and Wolverine. At the party, Doop filmed footage of el Guapo until the group was interrupted by their wristwatches, which heralded a new mission. Doop gave el Guapo an angry look when he mentioned calling his girlfriend before going into a mission. Deciding that he'd call her later, el Guapo joined Doop and the others on a mission where he collided with a tree while being filmed by Doop. Doop was later present when el Guapo recovered from his injuries. As el Guapo began to fit in better with X-Statix, Doop taught him how to speak in Doopspeak and Doop also secretly filmed el Guapo as he slept with prostitutes. When el Guapo's "sleeping habits" made it into the Sleaze to Pleaze News tabloid, an angry el Guapo attacked Doop at a bar, but was stopped by the Orphan.

 (X-Statix#12) - Doop joined its teammates in watching Dead Girl's modeling debut on televison and later accompanied them when X-Statix mortician Brad Gutman's daughter, Britney, went on a shooting spree. Doop was later shocked when Dead Girl removed the heart from Brad Gutman's body, explaining that Brad had abused the dead in the mortuary. Following the death of Brad, Doop accompanied X-Statix to the India/Pakistan border, where Dead Girl used her powers to discover whether or not the dead there wanted to be left there or taken back to their home countries.

 (X-Statix#13) - Doop was present with X-Statix as Spike Freeman explained to them that they were to go on a mission to Europa and retrieve the recently resurrected popstar, Henrietta Hunter. After the success of the mission, Doop met with Spike Freeman and Henrietta Hunter at Spago's restaurant in Los Angeles, where a Europan assassin attempted to kill Henrietta. Doop quickly jumped into action, ripping the assassin to shreds. Doop later joined its teammates in New York, where Henrietta was kidnapped by the Euro-Trash.

 (X-Statix#14) - Doop and the others battled the Euro-Trash until they retreated inside a local X-Statix Store. Back at X-Statix Tower, Spike Freeman spoke with the Europan agent Reggie, whom he told not to worry about X-Statix and that the team had gotten fat and complacent. Unknown to Spike, Doop had tape recorded the conversation and played it for the team. Angry, the team tied up Spike Freeman  and left to go save Henrietta Hunter from the Euro-Trash. After slaughtering the Euro-Trash, X-Statix held a press conference to announce the membership of Henrietta Hunter into their ranks. Doop attended the press conference and was later shocked with the rest of the team as Spike Freeman revealed that Henrietta's ratings with the fans were so high that she would soon be made the new team leader. Doop joined X-Statix as they decided to just kill Henrietta before things got worse.

 (X-Statix#15) - Soon after Henrietta's membership into X-Statix, random sniper-style killings began to happen across the United States. Vivisector met with Doop and the other members of the team to discuss what to do about them. Deciding that the random killings would be a poisoned chalice, the team decided to kill Henrietta, then deal with Spike Freeman. Teleporting aboard Henrietta's yacht, Doop and the rest of X-Statix planned to kill Henrietta until they were interrupted by Lacuna, who had hitched a ride of Venus Dee Milo's teleportational coattails. As the killings continued, U. S. Secretary of Homeland Defense Ed Wolfman resigned, just as X-Statix held a press conference. At the conference, in which Doop attended, Henrietta announced that she was the new X-Statix team leader, as well as the new U. S. Secretary of Homeland Defense.

 (X-Statix#16) - Doop accompanied X-Statix as they searched for the one responsible for the random killings. Afterwards, Doop watched television with its teammates as Henrietta was pelted with trash for not finding the random killer yet. After seeing that reaction the public had toward Henrietta, the Anarchist claimed that he hoped the killings never stopped and then turned to look at Doop, whom he asked to not quote him. That night, evidence came into Lacuna's possession that would destroy X-Statix. Doop and the others stood around in X-Statix Tower as the Orphan argued with Spike Freeman about the truths behind the evidence. Spike Freeman revealed that the evidence was true and that each member of the team had made shady deals to make money. He revealed that Doop required regular, special medical treatment that costed an arm and a leg. Spike Freeman then told the team not to worry about Lacuna, what with all of the random killings, an act that cost him his life when the Orphan realized that Spike meant that he was to have Lacuna killed.

 (X-Statix#17) - When Lacuna was shot, her lawyers presented the press with the evidence against X-Statix as Doop and the team watched in horror on television. Realizing that they needed to do something to improve their tarnished image, X-Statix decided that they would stop the random killer, who had by that time been revealed as Mister Code and his Random Killers. Doop joined the others as they teleported into Mister Code's suburban stronghold. During the battle, Henrietta's neck was broken and Mister Code exploded himself when the Orphan attempted to remove his mask.

 (X-Statix#18) - Doop played the role of priest at Phat's funeral, who had died in the explosion of Mister Code. Soon after the funeral, X-Statix discovered the post-humous single that Henrietta's record company had released was mysteriously killing people. In order to stop it, Doop and the others teleported to Europa, where they caused the record producer to suffer a heart attack. Attempting to get to the bottom of the mystery, X-Statix had Dead Girl sing the single and her skull was cracked by Phat's foot that had been ripped off during his death. After discovering that the killer was Henrietta, who was exacting her revenge on her original Europan killers, X-Statix travelled to Europa, where they confronted the Europan president and forced him to sing the single. X-Statix teleported away just as Henrietta arrived to give the president her wrath.

 (X-Statix#19) - Doop attended the movie premiere of "Teen Bump" with the Orphan, Venus Dee Milo, Vivisector, and Vivisector's new lover/actor, Brandon Cody. While there, Doop smiled for the cameras, who focused much of their attention on Vivisector. Doop later joined its X-Statix teammates as they teleported onto the set of "Lacuna & the Stars" where they demanded that Lacuna's life support plug not be pulled. Fortunately, Lacuna awoke and claimed she was healed by the power of her audience's prayers, much to the confusion of Doop. Afterwards, when Vivisector announced that a Dr. Alex Finlay was going to rid him of his mutant, an angry Doop and X-Statix argued with him over his decision. Once Vivisector had went through the procedure, he appeared on television with Dr. Finlay, who burned books in an attempt to rile Myles Alfred into transforming into Vivisector. Doop and X-Statix watched on television as Myles was unable to transform due to the loss of his mutant powers. Following his breakup with Brandon Cody, Myles Alfred attempted to lodge with his old X-Statix teammates, but Doop explained to him that he had to move out of X-Statix Tower since he wasn't on the team anymore. Myles claimed that he could be their official chronicler, but the Orphan replied that they already had Doop for that, at which Doop made a rude gesture toward Myles. Their conversation was interrupted as X-Statix were called to Newfoundland to battle mutated loggers. During the struggle with the loggers, Doop, as always, acted as cameraman.

 (X-Statix#20) - After Dr. Finlay injected himself with Myles' old Vivisector essence and became the new, evil Vivisector, Doop and the rest of X-Statix watched on television. Thinking Dr. Finlay to be their old teammates, X-Statix travelled to the Alfred residence, where they found Dr. Finlay attacking Dr. Edward Alfred. With Doop filling the role of cameraman, X-Statix sat back and watched as normal Myles Alfred managed to defeat the Finlay Vivisector by stabbing him in the eye with an ink pen. Back at the X-Statix Tower, Myles realized that a scratch from Finlay restored his mutant powers and he rejoined the team.

(I ♥ Marvel: My Mutant Heart#1/2 (fb)) - Not long after, Doop began to see Brigit Gilray, the wife of James Gilray. Worried that his wife was cheating, James hired a private investigator named Chandler to trail his wife. Soon after taking the job, Chandler discovered Brigit's affair with Doop and became infatuated with Doop himself. Days went by, with Doop and Brigit renting a hotel together and sharing a night on the beach, while Chandler turned to drinking and eventually told Mr. Gilray about his wife and Doop. Flying into a mad rage, Mr. Gilray attacked Doop and Brigit with a gun until Chandler realized what Gilray was capable of and rushed to save them. He arrived in time to knock Gilray out with a single punch and then he and Doop rode off into the sunset...together.

 (X-Statix#21) - During a mission to Moscow, Doop was kidnapped by Russian terrorists, who removed Doop's brain from his body and used it as a weapon against X-Statix. Eventually, X-Statix was forced to flee and seek the help of the mighty Avengers. The Avengers agreed to help, but during the battle, Thor threw his hammer into Doop's brain, where it became lodged. As the two teams began to fight over how to handle the situation, Thor removed his hammer, causing Doop's brain to explode into pieces that became scattered across the world. Back at X-Statix Tower, the Orphan managed to activate Doop's backup brain, which would keep Doop alive for three days.

 (X-Statix#22 - BTS) - In Thailand, the Anarchist battled Captain America over a piece of Doop's brain, with the Anarchist coming out the loser. Not long after, Dead Girl fought with the Scarlet Witch aboard the U. S. S. McKinley, with Dead Girl retrieving a piece of the brain.

 (X-Statix#23 - BTS) - In the African republic of Azania, Vivisector was tricked by Hawkeye, who retrieved another piece of the brain for the Avengers and Venus Dee Milo won her piece of Doop's brain via a coin toss between her and Ant-Man.

 (X-Statix#24 - BTS) - In southern France, the Orphan allowed Iron Man to take another piece of Doop's brain.

 (X-Statix#25) - In Asgard, Doop battled against the mighty Thor for the final piece of its own brain. When Thor threw his hammer at Doop, Doop managed to absorb the hammer into itself and then project about a dozen or more hammers back at Thor. Their battle was soon interrupted by the arrival of the Fatal Sisters, who had been awakened by the battle that raged above them. As Doop retrieved the brain piece while Thor battled the Fatal Sisters, the Avengers arrived in Asgard to aid Doop and Thor. Soon after their arrival, X-Statix arrived as well, prompting the Fatal Sisters to go back to their centuries-long sleep, claiming that thirteen heroes were too many and that the battles weren't yet loud enough. As the two teams once again began to fight each other over the brain pieces, the fight was halted by the passing out of Doop, whose backup brain had lost power. The Orphan reacted quickly and restored Doop's true brain back in its place, proving to the Avengers that X-Statix were responsible enough to house the living weapon known as Doop. Back at their Tower, X-Statix began discussing whether or not they should disband to the team, much to the surprise of a headache-ridden Doop.

 (X-Statix#26 (fb)) - Deciding to disband, X-Statix threw themselves a huge party, attended by Doop as well as many guests from the super hero crowd. During the party, the Orphan was contacted by an unknown man who offered them millions of dollars for one last mission. The team all accepted and Doop attended the mission briefing. After discussing their plans for after the mission, Venus Dee Milo teleported the team inside the mansion overrun by armed gunmen.

 (X-Statix#26) - During X-Statix's final mission, Venus Dee Milo exploded one final time in a blast of energy, this time killing Vivisector and Doop in the process. With Dead Girl dead to an unknown illness, the Orphan and the Anarchist were eventually shot down by the gunmen, effectively ending X-Statix's time in the limelight.

(Nation X#4) - Waking up from a dream in which he was Wolverine, who himself was dreaming about Doop being Head of Criminal Investigation for Utopia Island, a somehow reborn Doop was comforted by a beautiful woman.

(Wolverine & the X-Men#17 (fb)) - Preparing to start up the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning, Wolverine met with Doop at a strip club and offered him membership into his faction of the X-Men, claiming he would not leave until Doop said yes. Despite Doop’s best efforts to escape Wolverine by diving in an ice cold pond, making headcheese out of a pig, wrestling luchadores, and watching seventeen hours of Andy Warhol films, Doop finally agreed to join the adjunct staff of the Jean Grey School after he convinced Wolverine to dress up as Cyclops and stab himself in the face at a playhouse.

(Wolverine & the X-Men#1 - BTS) - As part of the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning adjunct staff, “Professor” Doop took up choir of one of the classes he taught.

(Wolverine & the X-Men#17 (fb)) - With construction of the Jean Grey School beginning, Doop and Wolverine discussed Doop’s true purpose at the School: to use his connections in the wrong places to defend the School from threats before they arrive. Wolverine then explained that Doop’s protective actions would have to remain a secret.

(Wolverine & the X-Men#1 (fb)) - Doop ran the Student Registration desk at the Jean Grey School while Wolverine showed Professor X the campus.

(Wolverine & the X-Men#1) - The following day, when the New York State Department of Education came to inspect the Jean Grey School, Doop was present at the Student Registration desk, pointing incoming students in the right direction.

(Wolverine & the X-Men#3) - After an attack on the School by the new, younger Hellfire Club, Doop and the other staff confronted the Club, warning them to stay away from the School.

(Wolverine & the X-Men#4) - Doop helped Toad with the groundskeeping at the Jean Grey School, raking leaves while Toad gathered them into bags.

(Wolverine & the X-Men#5) - Tasked with teaching an Introduction to Religion class, Doop told his students to watch Monty Python’s Life of Brian, The Exorcist III, and Ghostbusters while he fell asleep, warning them not to wake him up or else.

(Wolverine & the X-Men#6) - When the school was attacked by Professor Xanto Starblood , Doop and Husk prepared to investigate the intrusion but Kitty Pryde ordered them to keep the students in lockdown while she handled the situation.

(Astonishing X-Men III#51) - Along with many other X-Men, Doop attended the ceremony of the wedding of Northstar to his partner, Kyle Jinadu.

(Wolverine & the X-Men#9) - As Captain America arrived at the Jean Grey School seeking Wolverine, Doop waved from his Student Registration desk then watched in horror as the built-in Danger Room of the School “tested” Cap, eventually grading Cap with a B-minus. After speaking with Cap, Wolverine called a faculty meeting, where he told Doop and the other faculty that the Phoenix Force was headed for Earth. He also explained that he would aiding the Avengers against it and asked the faculty to stay at the School to protect the students.

(Wolverine & the X-Men#10) - When Cyclops and his faction of the X-Men arrived at the Jean Grey School attempting to recruit Wolverine’s faction against the Avengers, Doop and many of the student body watched as Cyclops and Wolverine had a heated conversation on the School’s grounds. Doop then returned to his Student Registration in time to greet Wolverine and Cyclops when they entered the School itself.

(Wolverine & the X-Men#13) - During the battle against the Avengers, the Shi’ar Gladiator was gravely injured by the Phoenix Five and was brought to the Jean Grey School for medical aid. Seeing the emergency, Kitty Pryde, Husk and Doop rushed to Gladiator’s aid.

(Wolverine & the X-Men#14) - Kitty Pryde held a faculty meeting, where she asked each of them the status of the School, given that many of their staff had joined in the fight for the Phoenix Force. When she asked Doop, he replied in Doopspeak, to which Kitty explained she had no idea what Doop had said. He remained at the faculty meeting until it was interrupted by the arrival of the Phoenix-empowered Colossus, who was seeking a date with Kitty. When Kitty spurned his advances, an angry Colossus prepared to destroy the School but Doop, wielding a giant gun, and the other faculty stood in his way. Defeating them all easily, Colossus threatened Kitty then quickly realized what he was becoming and left. Later, Angel, Rachel Grey and Iceman returned to the School after realizing their mistake in siding with Cyclops as Doop and the other faculty cleaned up the mess left by Colossus.

(Wolverine & the X-Men#17) - Wolverine and Deathlok-10511 walked through the halls, where Wolverine asked Deathlok about the evaluations on the faculty. The two came to a stop at Doop, who was asleep at his Student Registration desk. Later, Doop attended a faculty meeting where he once again fell asleep, prompting Iceman to wonder what Doop was even doing there but Wolverine continually replied that Doop was there because he was asked. Some time later, Doop was awoken in the empty faculty meeting room when he received a global trouble search alert on his cellphone. Doop then traveled to Wham Bowling Lanes to defeat the League of Nazi Bowlers before they could become the master of the Salem Center bowling alley. Battling the League, Doop inhaled the bowling balls thrown at him then spit them out at the Nazi Bowlers with the force of a machine gun, effectively defeating them all. Still burping up bowling balls at the next Jean Grey School faculty meeting, Doop next slept with both male and female members of the Westchester County School Board to change their minds on condemning the Jean Grey School because it housed mutants. Growing steadily more exhausted from his secret duties, Doop was seduced by Warbird before traveling back in time to the year 1652, where he saved Josiah Xavier from future real estate investors who wanted the Xavier land. Saving Josiah Xavier but driven off by Wappinger indians, Doop returned to the present and secretly teamed up with Howard the Duck against Dimension ZZZ’s Robo-Barbarians, defeating them using only a broken sword, a rubber chicken with nails in it and a gun that shoots bees. Returning to Earth in time to share a night with Warbird and join She-Hulk and Tigra in a roller derby tournament, Deep slept his way through cafeteria work and later met with Sabretooth, who was trying to recruit Doop for his own reasons. Angry that Doop wasn’t paying attention to him, Sabretooth attacked Doop. After setting Sabretooth on fire and escaping to join She-Hulk and Tigra in another roller derby, Doop tried to evade Beast’s attempts to get him to try out Beast’s new brain-melting helmet by relaxing with a bath, only to find that it was time for his mandatory Danger Room session. In quick succession, Doop defeated Fin Fang Foom and an army of monsters before finally testing Beast’s helmet, only to mess up Beast’s calculations by not revealing the backup brain in his butt. After Gambit and Cannonball sought Doop out for Cajun Cooking Night, Doop was accidentally run over with a lawnmower by Toad, who argued that the green-colored Doop should not lay in the green grass. Soon after defeating a demon (possibly Satan) in guitar by playing funk, Doop was contacted by Man-Thing for a fishing trip, Lockheed for golf, and Deadpool with some TNT. Continuing to sleep when possible in between the Bamfs playing tricks on him and destroying a nun’s laptop because she complained about the Jean Grey School, Doop fell asleep in the School’s hallways, where Wolverine found him and whispered for him to keep up the good work.

(Avengers Academy#38) - Joining the Jean Grey School faculty on Mar-Vell Field at the Avengers Academy compound, Doop met many of the Avengers Academy students during a flag football match between the two schools. After Doop spoke, White Tiger warned that while smack talk was one thing, it sounded as if Doop had said something obscene. Uncaring, Doop floated off to watch the game, viewing Reptil’s football catch and Wolverine’s subsequent tackling of Giant-Man, which resulted in both Wolverine and Giant-Man being ejected from the game by the robotic Jocasta. Doop then watched as Tigra was also ejected for attacking Wolverine in payback for his tackling of Giant-Man.

Doop-speakComments: Created by Peter Milligan and Michael Allred.

According to the Marvel Encyclopedia Vol. 2: X-Men, Doop profile, Doop's powers were maxed out, as seen on their "power ratings" chart. He never displayed any of these godlike abilities, with the exception of superhuman strength. His intelligence, strength, speed, durability, energy projection, and fighting skills were all rated at a number 7, which equals out to omniscient intelligence, incalculable strength in excess of 100 tons, speed that transcends light speed, virtual indestructibility, an unlimited command of all forms of energy, and a master of all forms of combat, respectively. Given that Doop punched Thor to the ground, it is possible that it also possessed the intelligence, speed, durability, and energy projection on the level that it was ranked, but never showed them.

Another thing I'd like to point out is that the world inside Doop's body was not named in the actual comic of X-Force I#123. I got the name from the partial script written in the back of the book, as part of Marvel's 2002 company crossover called "'Nuff Said."

Molly Hayes had a stuffed toy of Doop in Runaways I#4-6.

A homeless man was seen holding a "Doop Lives" sign in Toxin#4 (written by Peter Milligan).

I decided to add the My Mutant Heart story in Doop's history in between X-Statix#20-21 because that was the most recent I could add it chronoligically. Plus, the All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z#3 states that the story involving Doop and Chandler took place at some point in Doop's past prior to his death. I just decided to fit the story in at the earliest chronological point that I could, given that there was nothing in the actual story that pinpointed it to a specific point in Doop's past.

One of the monster seen fighting Doop in Wolverine & the X-Men#17 appeared to be Groot, as he appeared in his 1st appearance. Since Groot was with the Guardians of the Galaxy and was much smaller in size at the time, I’m going to say that Doop was fighting another of Groot’s race, the Flora, since the alien is not named in the story. Another of the monsters resembled a red-colored Krakoa...

Profile by Proto-Man.

CLARIFICATIONS:
Doop has no known connections to:


images:
Marvel Encyclopedia Vol. 2: X-Men, p187, Doop profile (Doop fullbody shot, with X-Force logo on body)
X-Force I#120, p22, pan6 (Doop headshot)
Wolverine/Doop#1, p10, pan1 (Doop fullbody shot, with X-Statix logo on body)
Wolverine & the X-Men#14, p15, pan3 (Doop with giant gun)


Other Appearances:
X-Force I#116-118 (July-September, 2001) - Peter Milligam (writer), Mike Allred (artist), Axel Alonso (editor)
Thunderbolts I#57 (October, 2001) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Patrick Zircher (pencils), Al Vey (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
X-Force I#120-123 (November, 2001 - February, 2002) - Peter Milligam (writer), Mike Allred (artist), Axel Alonso (editor)
X-Force I#124 (March, 2002) - Peter Milligam (writer), Darwyn Cooke (artist), Axel Alonso (editor)
The Brotherhood #8-9 (February-March, 2002) - X (writer), Sean Philips & Kent Williams (artists), Axel Alonso (editor)
X-Force I #125-129 (April - August, 2002) - Peter Milligam (writer), Mike Allred (artist), Axel Alonso (editor)
X-Statix #1-4 (September-December, 2002) - Peter Milligan (writer), Michael Allred & Darwyn Cooke (#1/2) (artist), Axel Alonso (editor)
X-Statix #5-9 (January-May, 2003) - Peter Milligan (writer), Paul Pope (#5) & Michael Allred (#6-9) (artist), Axel Alonso (editor)
X-Men Unlimited I#41 (March, 2003) - Mike Allred (writer), Nick Derington (artist), C.B. Cebulski (editor)
X-Statix#10 (June, 2003) - Peter Milligan (writer), Phillip Bond (artist), Axel Alonso (editor)
Wolverine/Doop#1-2 (July, 2003) - Peter Milligan (writer), Darwyn Cooke (pencils), J. Bone (inks), Axel Alonso (editor)
X-Statix#11-13 (August - October, 2003) - Peter Milligam (writer), Mike Allred (pencils), Mike Allred (#11, 13) & Philip Bond (#12) (inks), Axel Alonso (editor)
X-Statix#14-19 (November, 2003 - June, 2004) - Peter Milligam (writer), Mike Allred (pencils), J. Bone (#14-18) & Nick Crane (#19) (inks), Axel Alonso (editor)
X-Statix#20 (May, 2004) - Peter Milligan (writer), Nick Dragoth (artist), Axel Alonso (editor)
X-Statix#21-22 (June-July, 2004) - Peter Milligan (writer), Mike Allred (pencils), Nick Craine (inks), Axel Alonso (editor)
X-Statix#25-26 (September - October, 2004) - Peter Milligan (writer), Mike Allred (pencils), Nick Craine (inks), Axel Alonso (editor)
I ♥ Marvel: My Mutant Heart#1/2 (April, 2006) - "How Love Works" - Peter Milligan (writer), Marcos Martin (artist)
Nation X#4 (May, 2010) - “Dooptopia” - Peter Milligan (writer), Michael Allred (art), Jody Leheup (editor)
Wolverine & the X-Men#1 (December, 2011) - Jason Aaron (writer), Chris Bachalo (pencils, colors), Tim Townsend, Jaime Mendoza, Al Vey (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Wolverine & the X-Men#3 (February, 2012) - Jason Aaron (writer), Chris Bachalo, Duncan Rouleau, Matteo Scalera (pencils), Tim Townsend, Jaime Mendoza, Al Vey, Mark Irwin, Victor Olazaba, Duncan Rouleau, Matteo Scalera (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Wolverine & the X-Men#4 (March, 2012) - Jason Aaron (writer), Nick Bradshaw (art), Nick Lowe (editor)
Wolverine & the X-Men#5 (April, 2012) - Jason Aaron (writer), Nick Bradshaw (pencils, inks), Walden Wong (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Wolverine & the X-Men#6 (April, 2012) - Jason Aaron (writer), Nick Bradshaw (pencils), Walden Wong, Jay Leisten, Norman Lee, Cam Smith (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Wolverine & the X-Men#9 (June, 2012) - Jason Aaron (writer), Chris Bachalo (pencils, colors), Tim Townsend, Jaime Mendoza, Al Vey (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Wolverine & the X-Men#10 (July, 2012) - Jason Aaron (writer), Chris Bachalo (pencils, colors), Tim Townsend, Jaime Mendoza, Al Vey, Victor Olazaba (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Astonishing X-Men III#51 (August, 2012) - Marjorie Liu (writer), Mike Perkins (pencils), Mike Perkins & Andrew Hennessy (inks), Jeanine Shaefer (editor)
Wolverine & the X-Men#13 (September, 2012) - Jason Aaron (writer), Nick Bradshaw (pencils, inks), Walden Wong, Cam Smith (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Wolverine & the X-Men#14 (September, 2012) - Jason Aaron (writer), Jorge Molina (pencils), Norman Lee (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Wolverine & the X-Men#17 (November, 2012) - Jason Aaron (writer), Michael Allred (art), Nick Lowe (editor)
Avengers Academy#38 (December, 2012) - Christos Gage (writer), Tom Grummett (pencils), Cory Hamscher, Rick Ketcham (inks), Bill Rosemann (editor)


Last updated: 12/25/17

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